Keith Thurman Fires Back at Media, Calls Them 'Junkies for My Fights
Keith Thurman, the former unified welterweight champion, didn’t mince words when responding to media inquiries about his two-year hiatus from boxing. Ahead of his comeback bout against junior middleweight champion Tim Tszyu on March 30th, Thurman lashed out at the media, accusing them of being solely interested in his fights rather than being true boxing fans.
In a fiery exchange, Thurman criticized the media for questioning his inactivity, attributing their curiosity to their addiction to his fights. He dismissed their concerns about his absence and urged them to focus on the present, emphasizing his readiness to return to the ring.
Thurman’s defiant stance reflects his determination to prove himself once again in the boxing world. He urged the media and fans alike to reserve judgment until after his upcoming fight, emphasizing the importance of living in the moment.
As Thurman prepares to step back into the spotlight, his words serve as a reminder of his unwavering commitment to the sport and his readiness to face any challenge that comes his way.
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